Radford University's School of Nursing offers a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program to prepare registered nurses with a bachelor's degree in nursing science (BSN), a master's degree (MS) in nursing for those without certification, or a master's degree in nursing science (MSN) for those certified in the concentrations that we offer.
Theory and research-based courses prepare our graduates to work in a variety of settings including:
- Community and population-based service
- Home care
- Hospice care
- Long-term care
- Administration and policy
The program culiminates in a residency tailor-made to the student's learning needs and career goals. The program is distance-based to promote maximum flexibility while maintaining quality student connections. Learn more about the Doctor of Nursing Practice program.